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Senior HOF nominees sought

January 20, 2015 COLUMBUS (AP) — The Ohio Department of Aging is seeking nominations for Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame honorees for 2015. Nominations are accepted year-round. more »»

Damascus Garden

January 20, 2015 DAMASCUS — The Damascus Garden Club met Jan. 8 at Damascus Friends Church with eight members present. more »»

Wellsville celebrates MLK Day

January 20, 2015 WELLSVILLE — “On Martin Luther King Day let us treat people kindly and do what is fair,” said Indiah Pullie, 13, in her presentation “Remembering Dr. more »»

Salem to discuss distribution of funds from drilling leases

January 20, 2015 SALEM — City council members once again have the task of figuring out how to spend a windfall of more than $1 million from an oil and gas lease, with discussions starting at 6 tonight during a... more »»

24 new drilling permits issued in Utica shale play

January 20, 2015 SALEM — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 24 new horizontal drilling permits in the Utica/Point Pleasant shale play for the week ending Jan. 10. more »»

Lisbon dentist hanging up the drill after 35 years

January 20, 2015 LISBON — Dr. Edward Toolis Jr. is preparing to officially end his dentistry practice after 35 years. Toolis handed off his practice to Dr. more »»

Nerves of Stihl

January 20, 2015 Submitted photo Pictured is East Palestine’s Ryan Kosek, salesman at Elder Ag and Turf Equipment Co. more »»

Copeland administrator

January 20, 2015 Heather Sedlacek, Homeworth, has been appointed activities coordinator for the Donald R. James Assisted Living facility on the campus of Copeland Oaks Retirement Community in Sebring. more »»

Showcasing business

January 20, 2015 The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce held its quarterly Business Showcase on Jan. 15 at Staff Right Services. more »»

Data sharing combats thefts

January 20, 2015 COLUMBUS — Scrap metal dealers are getting help combatting theft from a new data-sharing arrangement through the Ohio Courts Networ. more »»

Ice anglers

January 19, 2015 Jacklyn Welke and Jesse Williams spent a calm Saturday afternoon dropping their fishing lines through the ice at Guilford Lake. more »»

Rogers hasn’t given up on traffic cams

January 19, 2015 ROGERS — Village Council still wants to pursue deploying a traffic camera system in town, despite a last-minute obstacle placed in its way by the state legislature. more »»

Coalition: Landfill fight far from over

January 19, 2015 WEST POINT — A member of the West Point Community Coalition was on hand during a Madison Township trustee meeting Thursday to clear the air and address concerns about the group. more »»

Many have a stake in school calendar

January 19, 2015 LISBON — The school board’s plan to move the start of the school year up a week drew an unusually large crowd at a special meeting held Thursday. more »»

Columbiana has a hefty list of maintenance needs

January 19, 2015 COLUMBIANA — The city school district has about $405,000 in maintenance needs it should address in the coming years, according to Superintendent Don Mook. more »»

HEPA vac available for lead paint removal

January 19, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL – Residents who need to remove dust and paint debris containing lead from their homes can now borrow a new HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum from the city health department. more »»

Council wants out of event organizing

January 19, 2015 SALEM — A Committee of the Whole meeting to discuss city events, event management and the city Tourism Advisory Board is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday in council chambers. more »»

Chicago man charged after chase

January 19, 2015 LA CROFT—A Chicago man whose attempt to elude law enforcement ended Saturday when the SUV he was driving smashed into the side of a home in Pleasant Heights is facing criminal charges that include... more »»

Test scores present their own challenges for educators

January 19, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va.—While Hancock County’s WESTEST2 results are better than the state average, interpreting those numbers and using them for students’ benefit is often more art than science. more »»

Gabriel Project moving next door into church

January 19, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — A faith-based organization that helps pregnant women and young mothers in need is moving to a new location because its current offices have become too costly to maintain. more »»



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